In a recent Reddit post, we were informed of a new site dedicated to helping you track your progress towards a Legendary Weapon. The site, name Legendary Constructor, will help you track your process towards any of the known legendary weapons they have recorded. You’ll be able to register and save your progress. It is a great way of tracking the vast quantities of materials needed for these legendary weapons. Registration is free, but no doubt filling up, so head to the reddit post and sign up!
Guild Wars 2′s first legendary rifle is here. Jackiepro over at Guru was no doubt overjoyed to show us his creation, the legendary rifle “Predator” in this video. You can also find more info on the process in this thread.
Though by now Legendaries have probably been seen by all, we’ve got documentation of one more! This time, it is the Legendary One-Handed Sword Bolt, crafted by Guru user YggdraAshlander, and shown off in the Youtube video below.
You can find the Guru thread detailing the sword’s crafting here.
In a new blog post, ArenaNet has jumped in and made their voice heard among all the legendary weapons being forged throughout Tyria. The blog post doesn’t really reveal anything we didn’t already know, but it is nice to see a timely response by ArenaNet to what’s going on in the community. Find the blog post here, and watch the short video showing off a number of legendary weapons below!
Are you sick of Country Pants and Chainmail Chausses yet? How about now? Low-level armor art variety in GW2 is pretty limited. If you’re looking for some fancy new threads, Redditor Imaginos has created a visual guide to armor karma vendors and their locations throughout Tyria.
These karma vendors appear in a variety of areas ranging from Queensdale to Mount Maelstrom. Fear not, though, lower-level players, as the vast majority of the armor sets are, in fact, available in the beginning and intermediate level 1-25 zones.